Cal Poly Pomona’s 606 Graduate Studio – Redondo Waterfront Park

Excerpts from “Re-envisioning Open Space” by Cal Poly Pomona’s 606 Graduate Studio:

The “Active Social Approach”“Many studies have shown the health benefits of providing open recreational space. By creating this large park, sixty-five additional acres of open space can be added towards the city’s parks provision goal.”

The “Integrated Approach” provides “traditional park amenities and native ecosystems that promote sustainability, education and local identity…the park incorporates the potential for commercial and economic growth“.

Interested in other ideas?  View the links under “Open Space Possibilities”!

The 2011 Cal Poly Pomona 606 Graduate Studio “Active Social” Approach for the Waterfront Park

The 606 Graduate Studio "Integrated" Approach for the Waterfront Park

Sustainability, Education and Economic Growth


Landscape Unit Analysis

The 606 Graduate Studio’s analysis of the King Harbor/AES site area